Indians (Religion-Native)

Padre custodio fray Cristoval de Quiros. Sobre los cosas de esta provincia y de su gobierno.

Serial Number
041-00889
Title
Padre custodio fray Cristoval de Quiros. Sobre los cosas de esta provincia y de su gobierno.
Author(s)
Quiros, Cristoval de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Date
12-01-1636
Documentation
Nuevo Mexico. December 1, 1636. 3p. Letter. Transcription.
Summary
Due to the present governor's ineptness, the Zunis and Zacatecos have returned to idolatry, the Indians of this province have revolted (one padre having been killed), the entire harvest of the Indians amounts to only 2,000 fanegas of corn and wheat. (R. Perez) (1977)
Persons
Quiros, Cristoval de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Martinez de Baeza, Francisco (Gobernador)
Mora, Francisco de la (Gobernador)
Places
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
Ethnic Groups
Zacatecos
Zunis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 035 ff. 098-099
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 035 ff. 098-099
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Quiros
Martinez de Baeza
Mora
Beginning Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-01-1636
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5236
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Autos sobre el alzamiento de indios en el Nuevo Mexico.

Serial Number
041-00869
Title
Autos sobre el alzamiento de indios en el Nuevo Mexico.
Author(s)
Otermin, Antonio de (Gobernador)
Date
11-04-1681
Date
07-03-1682
Documentation
El Paso. noviembre 4, 1681. 240p.auto. Signed.
Summary
Distribution of guns to inhabitants El Paso by order of viceroy to March against rebel Pueblo Indians to reconquest lands lost. Various autos, letters and diary of March along shores of Rio del Norte, finding burned towns, churches, convents and general destruction and killings. Otermin orders investigation thru trial of various Indians to find heads of rebellion. Systematic destruction of Indian icons, burning of grain and raising of remaining towns. Indians do not surrender, campaign abandoned. (A. Dell'acqua, 4/15/87)
Persons
Naranjo, Pedro (Hechicero)
Ugarte, Joseph de
Godoy, Juan Lucero de (Alcalde)
Cattiti, Alonso (Capitan de Cabezas)
Quintana, Luis de
Pope (Capitan)(Hechicero)
Pacheco de Heredia, Rene Alonso
Villanueva, Fernando de
Hugarte y la Concha, Hernando de
Estrada, Bartholome de (Gobernador)
Leyba, Pedro de (Maestre de Campo)
Dominguez de Mendoza, Juan (Maestre de Campo)
Rodriguez, Nicolas (Sargento Mayor)
Tupattu, Luis (Gobernador)
Ortega, Francisco (Capitan)
Hurtado, Nicolas (Fray)
Palafox, Juan (Gobernador)
Marquillos
Ayesta, Francisco de (Fray)
Places
San Pasqual
Socorro, Nuestra Senora del
Sonora
Parral
Mexico
Cebolleta
Alameda
Quaray
Sandia
Seneca
Cia
San Felipe
Cochiti, Santo Domingo de
Isleta, San Antonio de La
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Thaos
Pecuries
Teguas
Guerei
Jumis (Sunis)
Moquis
Mestizos
Mulatos
Coyotes
Yutas
Pecos
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 034 ff. 032-152
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 034 ff. 032-152
Language
Spanish
Notes
See serial # 040-00234.
Reference Number
04000234, 03400004
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Naranjo
Ugarte
Godoy
Cattiti
Quintana
Pope
Pacheco de Heredia
Villanueva
Hugarte y la Concha
Estrada
Leyba
Dominguez de Mendoza
Rodriguez
Tupattu
Ortega
Hurtado
Palafox
Marquillos
Ayesta
Beginning Date Month
November
End Date Month
July
Beginning Date (repacked)
11-04-1681
End Date (repacked)
07-03-1682
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5216
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Padre Francisco Antonio Barbastro to virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo, informe concerning missions of Pimeria Alta.

Serial Number
041-00865
Title
Padre Francisco Antonio Barbastro to virrey Conde de Revilla Gigedo, informe concerning missions of Pimeria Alta.
Author(s)
Barbastro, Francisco Antonio (Fray)
Date
12-01-1793
Documentation
Aconchi. December 1, 1793. Auto. Copy (dated January 21, 1794).
Summary
Describes geographical range Pimeria Alta missions. Speaks of continuing Apache menace. Notes depopulation of area due to diseases, Apache attacks. Discusses temporal affairs of missions, including livestock raising, planting communal fields maize, wheat, and vegetables, which feeds widows, sick, military escorts, mission Indians during lean months of April, May, and June, thereby inducing Indians to remain in pueblos instead of wild-food gathering. Notes sale of surplus to mines/presidios to purchase church supplies, barter goods. Notes decline of mission agriculture last 8 years due to lack of seeds, decline of Cieneguilla mines, and increased number of farmers. States mission business is conducted by Indian governors under missionaries' guidance. Describes architecture of Indian houses; agriculture, including cultivation of pomegranates, quinces, cotton, and sugar cane as well as shrubs of gomilla, jojoba, both of which used medicinally. Describes herbs used, including indigo (anil), gediondilla, zimarron, contra yerba. Claims 2 harvests pithaya per year in west. Notes presence gypsum, lime, piedra bezal found in deer, especially those killed near coast. Says province is covered with grama grass, thereby providing forage for much livestock. Describes climate, mineral wealth, including real of Cieneguilla, only settlement of Spaniards in Pimeria Alta. Describes settlements. Tiburones described as Seri groups. Describes excellent salt fields along coast. Describes port of Tepoca/pearl beds nearby. Notes presence of subterranean water. Says Papagos come to missions to sell young boys captured in slave raids carried out by interior nations; these slaves called Vijoras (Nixoras). No active commerce carried on by Indians. Describes uses of cotton. Says Pimas are good farmers, growing wheat, maize, squash, cotton. During harvests, many traders arrive to barter cloth, etc. for produce. Says Pimas stay in pueblos, not like Yaquis and many Opatas who wander (probably to work in mines). Discusses reasons why missions should not be secularized. Estimates Gila Pima population at 2,000. Compares Pimas favorably to Opatas, who no longer respect missionaries. Describes temporary nature of Spanish settlement of Sonora, Pimeria Alta. Says 8 leagues from Aconchi, the San Juan mine, full of water, is abandoned now. Discusses precautions necessary for populating Sonora. Encourages development of Tepoca, Guaymas to give Sonora easy access to sea, Tiburon Island as way station for transportation of livestock. Discusses need to develop educational facilities, including primary schools at Indian settlements. Notes belief among Opatas at Aconchi in Montezuma, who they claimed was their king and had risen and appeared in mountains. Describes his school, which taught girls as well as boys to read, write. (T. Sheridan) (1976)
Persons
Font, Pedro (Padre)
Crespo, Benito
Garces, Francisco (Padre)
Moyano (Padre)
Neve, Felipe de
Guillen, Felipe (Padre)
Guemes y Horcasitas, Juan Francisco de (Conde de Revilla Gigedo)
Barbastro, Francisco Antonio (Padre)
Revillagigedo
Rivera Guadian, Juan Francisco (Fray)
Places
Colorado (Rio)
San Francisco Moqui
Nochi
Pimeria Alta
Gila (Rio)
Saric
Tubutama
Ati
Caborca
Ures
Tecoripa
Tucson (Tueson)
Arispe
Cieneguilla
Tumacacori
San Xavier
Santa Maria Suanca
Terrenate
San Luis (Valle)
Guevavi
Calabasas
Cocospera
Imuris
Magdalena
San Ignacio
Altar
Santa Teresa
Oquitoa
Pitiqui
Bisaniq
Tepoca
Isla Tiburon
Yaqui (Rio)
California
San Antonio de la Huerta (Real)
Aigame (Aygame)
Bacanuchi
Chinapa
Banamichi
Ures
San Carlos de Sonora (Real)
Taraychi
Nuri
Onavas
Tecoripa
Suaqui
Buenavista
Cumuripa
Belen
San Jose
Santa Rosalia
Nacameri
Santa Barbara (Canal)
Guachinera
Opatu (Opulo)
Guasavas
Bavispe
San Gabriel
Monterrey (Monte Rey)
New Mexico
Guaymas
Alamos
Oposura
Queretaro, Colegio de Propaganda Fide de la Santa Cruz de
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Tiburones
Seris
Papagos
Tipocas
Vijoras (Nixoras)
Pimas
Yaquis
Opatas
Pimas Gilenos
Yumas
nochis
Jamajovas
Moquis
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 033 ff. 529-544 exp. 5
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 033 ff. 529-544 exp. 5
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
3300017
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Font
Crespo
Garces
Moyano
Neve
Guillen
Guemes y Horcasitas
Barbastro
Revillagigedo
Rivera Guadian
Beginning Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-01-1793
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/5212
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Letters of Ugarte to viceroy

Serial Number
041-00444
Title
Letters of Ugarte to viceroy
Author(s)
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Date
12-14-1769
Date
01-19-1770
Documentation
Santiago de Monclova. December 14, 1769 to January 19, 1770. 7p letters. Original, signed
Summary
3 letters containing a brief account of Indian depredations of November 18th, 1769 near mission Bizzaron with notes on subsequent developments, missionization and military problems. Ugarte recommends Julimenos removal to another more remote region; includes notes on Julimeno scalp dance culto de calabazeria and idolatry. (J. Williams, December 1986)
Persons
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Castilla y Theran, Joseph (Teniente)
Cullar, Lope
Croix (Marques)
Rodriguez, Manual (Capitan)
Places
Bizzaron, San Francisco (Mission)
Monclova, Santiago de
San Juan del Rio Grande (Presidio)
Sacramento (Presidio)
Santa Rosa
San Juan Baptista del Rio Grande (Presidio)
Ethnic Groups
Julimenos
Apaches
Mansos(?)
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 024 ff. 012-016
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 024 ff. 012-016
Language
Spanish
Notes
Out of order, 1 blank page
Reference Number
2400003
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ugarte y Loyola
Castilla y Theran
Cullar
Croix
Rodriguez
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-14-1769
End Date (repacked)
01-19-1770
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/4790
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Padre Gaspar de Contreras to padre Andres Perez. Contreras explaining Indian problems rooted in witchcraft.

Serial Number
040-00107
Title
Padre Gaspar de Contreras to padre Andres Perez. Contreras explaining Indian problems rooted in witchcraft.
Author(s)
Contreras, Gaspar de (S.J.)
Date
00-00-1638
Date
00-00-1639
Documentation
Santiago Papasquiaro. September 13, 1638. 16p. Informe. Copy. Dct 1638-1639.
Summary
Don Pedro, Brother of the Cacique, Don Felipe (Sape) is giving padre Contreras no end of trouble. (T. Barnes) (1979)
Persons
Contreras, Gaspar de (S.J.)
Perez, Andres (S.J.) (Provincial)
Felipe (Cacique del Sape)
Suarez, Martin (S.J.)
Barrasa, (Capitan)
Pedro (Hechicero)
Bonifacio, Alonso (S.J.)
Places
Santiago Papasquiaro
Sape
Santa Cathalina (Pueblo)
San Pablo (Valle)
Parral
Ethnic Groups
Tarahumaras
Tepehuanes
First Location
AZTM. Jesuit Hist. Inst. Amer. Div., Tucson. Mf. J-02-D-08 AGN., Mexico. Misiones Vol. 25 pp. 282-283
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0025 ff. 282-283
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
00005521/JHI
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Contreras
Perez
Felipe
Suarez
Barrasa
Pedro
Bonifacio
Beginning Date (repacked)
1638
End Date (repacked)
1639
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3723
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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By (Alonso?) Bueno. Puntos de annua de 1630 de la mission de Tepeguanes.

Serial Number
040-00100
Title
By (Alonso?) Bueno. Puntos de annua de 1630 de la mission de Tepeguanes.
Date
06-30-1630
Documentation
Mexico City. June 30, 1630. 10p. Letter. Copy. Dct 1620's.
Summary
Gives description of missionary activities- baptisms, false gods of Indians, bad habits of Indians, etc. (D. Miller) (1978)
Persons
Bueno (Alonso?)
Ethnic Groups
Tepeguanes
First Location
AZTM. Jesuit Hist. Inst. Amer. Div., Tucson. Mf. J-02-D-08 AGN., Mexico. Misiones Vol. 25 pp. 229-234
Original Location
AGN, Mexico, Misiones, Leg. 0025 ff. 229-234
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
00005516/JHI
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Bueno
Beginning Date Month
June
Beginning Date (repacked)
06-30-1630
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3718
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Sobre la Conquista de los indios Nayaritas.

Serial Number
030-00448
Title
Sobre la Conquista de los indios Nayaritas.
Date
12-09-1718
Date
01-11-1720
Documentation
Mexico. December 9, 1718. 8p. Auto. Transcription.
Summary
Concerning the dispostion of 30,000 pesos which the late viceroy (Linares) contributed to the conquest of the Nayarit Indians. Cited as a major reason for this conquest is that they give refuge to heathen Indians, mestizos, mulatos and sun worshippers. (R. Perez) (1977) other related documents- 23 diciembre, 1718- 11 enero, 1720.
Persons
Linares, Duque de (Virrey)
Places
Nayarit
Mexico
Durango
Ethnic Groups
Nayaritas
Mestizos
Mulatos
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0304 Folder 001
Original Location
AGI, Sevilla, Aud.Guadalajara, Leg. 0162(67-4-22)
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
4385
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Linares
Beginning Date Month
December
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
12-09-1718
End Date (repacked)
01-11-1720
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3364
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Fray Francisco de Ayeta. A memorial concerning the loss of the provinces of New Mexico in 1680-1681.

Serial Number
030-00291
Title
Fray Francisco de Ayeta. A memorial concerning the loss of the provinces of New Mexico in 1680-1681.
Author(s)
Ayeta, Francisco de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Date
00-00-1693
Documentation
N.p. 1693. 128p. Transcription.
Summary
History of Spanish activity in New Mexico. Detailed, day-by- day description of events prior to and during the revolt. Recommendations for reconquest. Contains good ethnographic data, sometimes exaggerated when dealing with native religion. Some population statistics. (R. Perez) (1977)
Persons
Ayeta, Francisco de (Custodio, O.F.M.)
Otermin, Antonio de (Gobernador)
Farjan, Francisco (O.F.M.)
Leyba, Pedro de
Gomez, Francisco (Maestro de Campo)
Dominguez de Mendoza, Juan (Maestro de Campo)
Popec (Indio Capitan)
Rodriguez de Mendoza, Juan (Teniente General)
Places
Nuevo Mexico (Provincia)
El Paso del Rio del Norte
Sandia
Santo Domingo
San Joseph del Parral (Real)
San Miguel (Mision)
Analco (Barrio de Mexicanos)
Alameda
San Cristoval
Santa Fe
Casas Grandes
Tharanmares
La Salineta
La Cruz de Anaya (Paraje)
Senecu
San Pascual
Nuestra Senora del Socorro
Alamillo
Sevilleta
Puarai
Cochiti
La Ysleta
Taos
Teson
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
Mansos
Janos
Sumas
Tiguas
Teguas
Piros
Tompiros
Pecuries
Taos
Pecos
Jumanos
Gueres
Emes
Zunis
Moquis
Mexicanos
Mulatos
Coyotes
Mestizas
First Location
CU-BANC. C-B 840 (Bolton Col.) no. 0435
Original Location
AGI, Sevilla, Aud.Guadalajara, Leg. 0139(67-3-33)
Language
Spanish
Notes
Hand transcription by bandelier, 1912.
Batch Reference Number
4413
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Ayeta
Otermin
Farjan
Leyba
Gomez
Dominguez de Mendoza
Popec
Rodriguez de Mendoza
Beginning Date (repacked)
1693
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3207
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Antonio Arias Saabedra. Informe sobre las misiones en Nueva Galicia - historia, geografia, lenguas, etc.

Serial Number
030-00201
Title
Antonio Arias Saabedra. Informe sobre las misiones en Nueva Galicia - historia, geografia, lenguas, etc.
Author(s)
Arias Saabedra, Antonio
Date
00-00-1672
Documentation
Nueva Galicia. 1672. Mf. Of transc.
Summary
Lengthy report on Franciscan missionary activities in Nueva Galicia from early efforts in 1656. Includes physical geography, remarks on Indians, first contacts, language problems, methods of conversion, Indian religious customs. Also describes local towns and tribes. (J. Grusin) (1975)
Persons
Arias Saabedra, Antonio
Places
Asumpcion de Acaponeta
Nueva Galicia
Jalisco
Nueva Vizcaya
San Miguel
Tzapala
Olita
Ethnic Groups
Zacatecos
Nayaritas
Tepeguanos
Conchos
Tranames
Tzunames
Paqueyes
Huicholes
Itotorames
First Location
AZTM. Jesuit Hist. Inst. Amer. Div., Tucson. Mf. J-03-A-12 Pastells Col. V. 011, p. 463-506
Original Location
AGI, Sevilla, Aud.Guadalajara, Leg. 0013(66-6-02)
Other Location
Razon y Fe Library, Madrid. Pastells Col. V. 011, p. 463-506 MOSU. Mf. Jesuitica. Pastells Col. rl. 0010 V. 011, p. 463-506
Language
Spanish
Batch Reference Number
1189
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Arias Saabedra
Beginning Date (repacked)
1672
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/3117
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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